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Come away to this shimmering lakeland oasis with it’s magical forest trails and sublime peace. The crystal waters of Broken Bow Lake are deep and clear because the lake bed is rocky with no traces of mud. It is not unusual to be able to see your toes while treading water! This 14000 acre haven is a top destination for energetic watersport, relaxing on a boat, angling and swimming. There are houseboat, speed boat and jetski rentals at the Marina for a memorable lakeland vacation.A vacation rental for everyone
You are guaranteed to find your perfect lakeside vacation rental in a peaceful rural setting. These gorgeous, rustic cabin style vacation rentals with lovely homestead, wood paneled interiors, cosy fireplaces and tasteful decor are fully equipped to make your stay as enjoyable as possible in all seasons. Many of these lovely rentals are located in serene woodland surroundings and feature a lovely balcony for relaxing after a day of outdoor action and a hot tub. Whether you are a group of 4 or 14 you will find the dream vacation place for you!
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The area and getting around
Broken Bow Lake is tucked away in the Southeastern corner of Oklahoma around 3.5 hours south east of Oklahoma City and 3 hours from Dallas heading north east, making this a perfect scenic road trip destination. The densely forested mountain terrain of Broken Bow is a haven for bird enthusiasts, ramblers and lovers of the great outdoors. There is an abundance of graceful wild deer and superb opportunities for fishing. The sparkling lake is nestled in the quiet foothills of the Ouachita Mountains. The town of Broken Bow situated just 8 miles south of the lake features great amenities such as grocery stores for fans of self catering and there are wonderful local opportunities for a fun night out.Lakeside peace and vibrant activities
Broken Bow is a wonderful retreat from the stress of city life with the abundance of outdoor activities on offer that provide something for everyone. There are so many opportunities here for families to enjoy delightful activities together such as boating, horse riding or mini golf and this is a great place to learn to fish or to try out horseback riding or kayaking for the first time. As a bonus the area also offers fun and quirky activities like a tiki boat ride on the lake, wild west themed mini golf and getting your photo taken in the style of the old west at Uncle Charlie’s Old Time Photos for a unique vacation memento! There is an upmarket casino complex in Broken Bow and a wonderful western themed, local venue for dancing and dining.
Travelers and activities
If you are a history enthusiast you will find several wonderfully interesting museums in the vicinity that showcase the heritage of the southeastern Oklahoma people and their land. Head to the Museum of the Red River in Idabel,12 miles south of Broken Bow and immerse yourself in one of the most comprehensive collections of Native American Art in the world. A towering, 40 foot dinosaur skeleton is also on display here. The Forest Heritage Museum in the Beaver’s End Resort Park houses 14 stunning dioramas painted by the famous Smokey the Bear artist and you can learn fascinating facts about wildlife at the Beavers Bend Wildlife Museum.Broken Bow Lake for water lovers
The beautiful forest scenery and lakeside setting makes Broken Bow lake and in particular Beavers Bend State Park located 7 miles from Hochatown, one of Oklahoma’s most popular destinations for water lovers. Towering pine and hardwood trees, gorgeous woodland and beautiful, sparkling, unusually clear waters provide excellent conditions for river float trips, canoeing, sailing, water skiing, horseback riding, nature center activities and so much more. There are two catch and release trophy areas for trout fishing and you can also catch bass or catfish. The lake offers incredible opportunities for exploring beautiful coves and for leisurely, sunsoaked days out on the water boating and relaxing. There are 180 miles of shoreline to explore with an abundance of designated swim beaches!
Did you know that as a result of wind patterns and the north to south orientation of the lake, you can actually set sail in a sailboat on Broken Bow Lake without having to make a trip to the ocean!
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If you love quirky, whimsical family attractions then Old West Town Mini Golfing, Hochatown is the place for you! Spend a few hours having a grand old time in this quirky, retro themed old west town, mini golf course. There are tricky curves, 50 foot fairways and crazy corners to bamboozle you as you golf your way around “town” past the stables, hotel, country store, old smokehouse, hotel and saloon amongst others. This time travel attraction features authentic 1800s scenes and relics and an extensive ever growing collection of weird and wonderful 1800’s memorabilia!2. A night on the town in Broken Bow
If after a few days of boating and outdoor lake fun you suddenly feel in the mood for the bright lights of an evening out on the town you will find warm Oklahoma hospitality awaiting you at Choctaw Casino in Broken Bow. You will feel like you have arrived in a swanky big city venue with a small town charm and welcome that will guarantee a great time. Enjoy world class gambling in a plush resort atmosphere with high stakes slot machines and thousands of dollars paid out each day. Enjoy table games such as black jack and poker, live entertainment and superb American casual dining at the Reel ‘em in Cafe.3. Riverman Trail Rides
Head nine miles west of Broken Bow along Highway 3 and you will find a magical, peaceful horse riding adventure like no other at Riverman Trail Rides! You do have to book in advance here to guarantee the best service but you are in for a treat with horseback riding, a one hour scenic wagon ride through the river basin perfect for families with kids or an opportunity to catch and release fish at a private fishing river. A selection of gorgeous, friendly, obedient, well trained ponies will take you on a scenic trail ride through the stunning local countryside.4. Dine at the Hochatown Saloon
With live music, ice cold beers, gorgeous cocktails and a mouthwatering American classic menu featuring sumptuous fare such as burgers, tasty steaks, towering sandwiches, crisp salads and perfectly grilled chicken, this is the perfect venue for a lively lunch or a fun night out on the town with friends or family. This atmospheric, western themed saloon is a fun place to dance the night away and catch a local live band or show after a day of lakeside adventure.5. Hike at Beavers Bend State Park
Grab your hiking shoes, pack a delicious picnic lunch and head out to one of the stunning woodland hiking trails in Beavers Bend State Park on the densely wooded shores of Broken Bow Lake. There are several pristine hiking trails to choose from. The 11.6 mile Skyline trail features majestic pines, waterfalls and panoramic views from mountain peaks while Lookout Mountain offers an easy 2 mile hike with breathtaking scenery and vistas along the way. In the fall the forest turns into a scarlet, gold and amber wonderland of fall foliage!
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Broken Bow Lake
On average, how much do vacation rentals in Broken Bow Lake cost?
Last year, rentals in this destination had an annual average cost of around $505 per night.
During which months can you find the best price for vacation rentals in Broken Bow Lake?
]If you would like to get the most out of your money, the cheapest months to visit Broken Bow Lake are September ($474 the average per night for accommodation), October ($475), and April ($491).
In which months is it more expensive to rent a vacation rental in Broken Bow Lake?
When it comes to looking for a vacation rental in Broken Bow Lake, the months that cost the most are, in order of highest to lowest, March, July and June, with average prices per night of $527, $527, and $519, respectively.
Is Broken Bow Lake a good location for a last-minute getaway?
If you decide to put Broken Bow Lake on your bucket list, we recommend organizing your vacation well in advance because it is usually very high in demand, with an annual average of 92% of rentals booked the previous year.
What time of the year can I find more available vacation rentals?
The months that offer the most accommodation options are, on average, January (with an availability of 20%), September (14%), and October (12%), according to the trends observed in the prior year.
How many vacation rentals does Holidu have in Broken Bow Lake?
Our catalog features approximately 1,100 properties from 2 partners, giving you plenty of choices when searching for your next dream vacation rental!